Standard settles with Cape over Saturday spoiler

<p>The Evening Standard has agreed a settlement with Jonathan Cape after it broke the embargo on its interview with Ian McEwan for launch date title Saturday. The London newspaper is believed to have made a substantial contribution to the &#163;8,500 costs incurred by Cape as it rushed the book to retailers. </p><p>The settlement brings to an end the first case for financial compensation brought to the press by a publisher after a broken embargo. Both the Evening Standard and Cape said they were "happy to have resolved the issue" and "confident that any future agreements over embargoes wou...

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